May 26, 2019
January 27, 2018
Tax Reform Will Be Good for Charities

Tax Reform And Your Charity. What’s Really Happening? – Michael Rosen

Tax Reform, Charitable Giving & Your Nonprofit. I’ve got good news for charities considering the implications of the recently signed “Tax Cut & Jobs Act” bill. The Tax Foundation’s Center for Federal Tax Policy projects that tax reform will grow the economy making more money available for giving; reduce taxes increasing disposable income; increase wages generating more disposable income; and create hundreds-of-thousands more jobs. Why is this good for nonprofits? It’s simple, when people have more personal income, […]
January 9, 2018
Why Tax Reform Bill is Great for Nonprofits

What Tax Reform Means for Charity: more Money, Money, Money

What Tax Reform Means for Charity: more Money, Money, Money. The recently passed “Tax Cuts & Jobs Act” bill (which I have read in its entirety) is the greatest thing to happen to nonprofits in three decades. Especially for organizations who rely on MONEY to underwrite their programs. Consider the old adage, “there are things in life that are more important than money”, is about as silly as saying “there are things in life that are more important than […]
July 4, 2018
Fundraising Appeals Andrew Harrow Drummond Press

Supercharge Your Fundraising Appeals Using Multi-Channel Media

Fundraising appeals are facing a new dawn. Many organizations are standing at the proverbial fork in the road as they discuss their strategic objectives and how to translate those objectives into current and future fundraising strategies. Donor growth is the lifeline for any non-profit organization, and financial transparency is synonymous with survival. But if leadership teams are hesitant to explore innovative ways to drive growth based around fear of failure, then it leads to donor […]
June 25, 2018
Foundation Grants

Five Mistakes To Avoid When Seeking Foundation Grants – Putman-Walkerly

Foundation grants are an important part of capacity-building and often associated with the term “strategic philanthropy.” That’s not surprising, since most funders are looking for ways to increase their impact. Being more strategic can be a complex undertaking — and like every complex undertaking, shifting toward strategic grantmaking comes with multiple pitfalls and opportunities to make mistakes. That’s okay. Mistakes can provide valuable information for ongoing learning, which is a key part of strategic grantmaking. […]
May 28, 2018
David Blyer, CEO-President, Co-founder, Arreva

Jewish Federation Selects Arreva as its Preferred Donor Management Software

Arreva – Fort Lauderdale, FL, May 28, 2018 – Arreva, a global technology leader and trusted advisor in delivering an integrated cloud-based online fundraising and donor relationship management software solution to nonprofit organizations worldwide, announces it has been chosen as a preferred vendor for the Jewish Federation of Broward County. The Federation provides support programs for Jewish members in its community, Israel and around the world. “We support thousands of community members every year with […]
May 6, 2018
Artificial-Intelligence-Nonprofit-Marketing-Sean-Kerr

Can Artificial Intelligence Improve Nonprofit Marketing – Sean Kerr

Team SWYDO recently interviewed Cause Inspired Media COO and NANOE Enterprise Partner, Sean Kerr, on the role of Artificial Intelligence will play in nonprofit marketing. Here’s what Team SWYDO and Sean Kerr had to say. How would you describe your company in less than 150 words? We are an agile, rapidly growing and diversified team of people who have always been looking for meaningful work and have found a place to do just that. When […]
May 4, 2018
Nonprofit Budgeting NANOE Ultimate Nonprofit Budget Alan Wiener

Ultimate Nonprofit Budgeting Checklist – Alan Weiner

Nonprofit budgeting is no small task. In order to accomplish your goals your approach to budgeting will have to reflect the uniqueness of your organization. Conversely, while your exact recipe for success may differ slightly, you’ll still need to check many of the same basic budgeting boxes that are reflected in the list below. Here’s your ultimate budgeting checklist for nonprofit organizations: 1. Review Previous Performance and Budgets If you have them, be sure to […]
March 18, 2018
Penelope Burk Inside Charity

Finding New Donors in a Changing Giving Environment – Penelope Burk

In my previous blog, “Is Giving Tuesday Helping or Hurting Fundraising”, I referenced how this fundraiser is contributing to the over-solicitation of active donors and risking their future support. I agreed wholeheartedly, though, that Giving Tuesday is an excellent strategy for acquiring new donors, especially younger ones. How donors view not-for-profits and how
March 13, 2018
Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE)

Does Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) Remind You of the RMS Titanic?

Does Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) Remind You of the RMS Titanic? – By Bishop Redfern II Bishop Redfern II is Association of Fundraising Professionals Outstanding Volunteer Fundraiser, United Way’s Alyce Kemp-Dewitt Award Winner and Presiding Bishop and General Overseer of the Ecumenical Christ of Christ. Have you ever wondered if the RMS
February 26, 2018
Google Ad Grant NANOE

Google Ad Grant Suspensions Begin Thursday – Sean Kerr

Several of Google’s new policies have already come into play with deadlines to meet requirements by Thursday, March 1st. If you have received a notification about impending suspension in your approved Google Ad Grant account or have had your account suspended due to one of the new policies, there is still hope. If you are reading about this right now
February 24, 2018
Public Interest Registry With Nonprofit Tech for Good

New Survey Reveals How Charities Use Social Media – Public Interest Registry

New Survey Reveals How Charities Use Social Media – Krystin Williamson. The Public Interest Registry, the nonprofit operator of the .org domain, and Nonprofit Tech for Good today released the results of the “2018 Global NGO Technology Report.” The third annual report analyzes how charities and non-governmental organisations (NGO) use social media,
February 24, 2018
Tracy Spears - Leaders Must Learn

Why Nonprofit Leaders MUST Continue Learning – Tracy Spears

Tracy Spears – Why Nonprofit Leaders MUST Continue Learning. You can’t lead anyone if you aren’t committed to your own personal growth. How can you be trusted to help cultivate other people’s potential when you aren’t living up to your own? It’s one of the biggest reasons people ultimately fail at developing other people…their people simply outgrow them. Most people are utilizing the phrase “fake it ‘til you make it.” Let me be clear…it’s okay to fake […]